Tweets are the soundbites that you don't even chew over.
Before they even come into your head in some full form, you thrust them out onto the world in the hope of instant approbation.
You might imagine that rappers, who live in the rhythm of words, would all be Twittermeisters.
And yet one Philadelphia judge decided that Meek Mill, a rapper who hopes for an immodest future, needs a little help with his 140-character pronouncements.
As the Philadelphia Inquirer reports, Meek was put through the legal mill after allegedly violating his probation following drug and gun convictions.
One of … Read more